Blog & Recent News

Helping people sleep is our #1 priority. As such, we focus on sleep education and sharing the latest news and research on how important it is to overall wellness, longevity and living your best life! Learn more about how to improve your sleep here.

Blog & Recent News

Helping people sleep is our #1 priority. As such, we focus on sleep education and sharing the latest news and research on how important it is to overall wellness, longevity and living your best life! Learn more about how to improve your sleep here.

5 Important Signs You Need a Sleep Test

5 Important Signs You Need a Sleep Test

How do you know when it’s time to schedule a sleep test? There are a number of telling signs that will let you know. These signs go beyond having a difficult time getting a good night’s sleep, too. Sleep disorders can rear their ugly heads at any time of the day. This...

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3 Hygiene Tips to Help You Sleep Easy Tonight

3 Hygiene Tips to Help You Sleep Easy Tonight

Although when we usually refer to hygiene, we’re talking about sleep hygiene. Yet with the current concerns about COVID-19 outbreaks, we felt it was appropriate to share different hygiene tips that will hopefully help you sleep easier tonight knowing you’re taking...

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Sleep Awareness Week: Most Americans Need Better Sleep

Sleep Awareness Week: Most Americans Need Better Sleep

One thing is clear to millions of U.S. workers, Americans need better sleep. How many times a week do you need a midday coffee or other pick me up to make it through the end of the workday? Do you ever find yourself sneaking off (or wishing you could)  to your car to...

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3 Ways Sleep Can Help You Lose Weight

3 Ways Sleep Can Help You Lose Weight

As the weather gets warmer, many of you are packing up your sweaters and dreaming about short sleeves and shorts.  Spring and summertime are often associated with shedding bulky sweaters along with some winter weight. Which is why it makes some sense that World...

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Is Sleep Apnea Worse in the Winter?    

Is Sleep Apnea Worse in the Winter?    

Does it seem like your snoring has gotten worse in the last few months? Or maybe you’ve noticed a spike in morning headaches, a drop in your sex drive, or a lack of focus at the office.  If so, it’s because winter makes sleep apnea worse.  This is a topic doctors and...

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How Sleep Apnea Increases Your Risk of Heart Disease

How Sleep Apnea Increases Your Risk of Heart Disease

Obstructive sleep apnea can contribute to a number of medical conditions, with heart disease among the more serious. Left unmanaged, sleep apnea has been shown to make the following heart problems worse: Atrial Fibrillation, or Irregular Heartbeats Coronary Artery...

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What You Likely Don’t Know About Hypertension But Should

What You Likely Don’t Know About Hypertension But Should

Hypertension is one of the most common health concerns in the U.S., with nearly 1 out of 2 American adults -- or more than 100 million people -- suffering from it. The impact of hypertension can sometimes take years to fully manifest, but the damage can be severe;...

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The Top 4 Ways a Sleep Journal Can Improve Your Sleep

The Top 4 Ways a Sleep Journal Can Improve Your Sleep

Are you currently dealing with sleep problems? If so, you’re not the only one, but a simple sleep journal (also referred to as a sleep diary, can prove instrumental in helping you identify and resolve your sleep issues. Poor sleep is endemic in the United States, with...

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How Sleep Boosts Your Immune System

How Sleep Boosts Your Immune System

If you’re trying to avoid getting sick this winter and taking steps to stay healthy, sleep can provide you with a much needed boost to your immune system. Without good sleep, you’re also more susceptible to catching whatever virus may be going around. Your parents’...

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How Poor Sleep Affects Your Migraines? What You Should Know

How Poor Sleep Affects Your Migraines? What You Should Know

A good night’s sleep has long been considered a natural antidote for migraine headaches. Now, as we enter 2020, new research indicates this centuries-old solution is backed by scientific data. Poor sleep has been increasingly linked to both migraine pain and frequency...

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Sleep Should Be One of Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2020

Sleep Should Be One of Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2020

The physical and mental benefits that come with a good night’s sleep should put it at the top of anyone’s list of 2020 New Year’s resolutions. Think of a good night’s sleep as the key that unlocks many of the other New Year’s resolutions you have in mind. Lose...

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Sleep and Mental Health: How Insomnia Affects Mental Wellbeing

Sleep and Mental Health: How Insomnia Affects Mental Wellbeing

It is estimated that 25% of Americans suffer from insomnia each year. Insomnia is a common disorder that impacts our sleep and mental health.  Having insomnia can have a negative impact on your daily life, making it much more difficult to function and focus. Insomnia...

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11 Things Women Should Know About Sleep Apnea

11 Things Women Should Know About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea isn’t just a problem for men. Right now, for almost every eight men who are diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), only one woman is diagnosed. But surveys of the general public suggest the actual ratio is much closer than 8:1. In fact, for every...

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The Sleep Habits That May Help, or Hurt, Longevity

The Sleep Habits That May Help, or Hurt, Longevity

For most of us, it is the ultimate goal: to live longer and live well and our sleep habits may help, or hurt our longevity. As we age, we strive to have abundant physical, emotional, and cognitive health. What if your sleep habits, harmless as they may seem, were...

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How to Tell if CPAP Therapy Is Working for You

How to Tell if CPAP Therapy Is Working for You

Most likely if you’ve heard of CPAP therapy you, a family member or loved one has sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that can be life-threatening. The most common and successful treatment is with a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)...

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